Armand Lanusse

A copy of ''Les Cenelles'' from 1845 Armand Lanusse (c.1810–March 16, 1868) was a Creole of color, educator, poet, and writer from New Orleans, Louisiana. He is the editor of ''Les Cenelles'' (1845), a collection of poems by fellow Creoles of color in New Orleans widely considered to be the first African-American poetry anthology published in the United States. He also served as the founder and director of the Catholic Institute for Indigent Orphans from 1852 to 1867. Provided by Wikipedia
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